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Latino community in Kennett area fearful what Trump will do after he is inaugurated

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Despite the number of beer venues in Kennett, no problems at all

KENNETT SQUARE >> When council handcrafted an ordinance permitting brewpubs in the borough a few years ago, many people feared a rise in public drunkenness, a spike in DUIs, and other problems associated with drinking. ...

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    Prison time for Kennett man for burglaries that included Willowdale pastor and Kennett Square mayor

    WEST CHESTER >> If all goes well, Calvin White should be able to celebrate his 22nd birthday outside the walls of Chester County Prison.

    By Michael P. Rellahan mrellahan@21st-centurymedia.com @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter|

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    Intersection project will greatly reduce big rig traffic in Kennett and Avondale

    NEW GARDEN >> Besides the lack of parking, the biggest quality of life concern in Kennett Square and in Avondale is big rigs rolling through town. They cause the roads to wear prematurely, they are loud, and some houses nearby shake when the trucks roll through.

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    New Garden police officer joins county detectives

    Staff Report The members of the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department have announced that Detective/Sergeant Keith Cowdright has been hired by the Chester County Detective’s Office. Sergeant Cowdright joined the New Garden Township Police Department on February 28, 2005. Keith was promoted to rank of Corporal in 2011 where served as a Patrol Supervisor. In 2012, Keith was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to be the department’s lead criminal investigator.

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    RE/MAX Excellence under new ownership

    Mike and Tammy Duering are the new owners of RE/MAX Excellence located in Kennett Square and West Grove. The longtime owner, Maria Zanfrisco had nothing but kind words and gratitude for the Mike and Tammy in their new venture.

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    Chester County sheriff warns of phone scams

    Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh has issued a warning to Chester County residents regarding a phone scam that occurred several years ago and is recurring now. Welsh stated “there is an organized effort on the part of individuals attempting to scam residents of Chester County. We need to inform our citizens that these calls are bogus and do not originate here in the Chester County Sheriff’s Office.”

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    New regional police force to hold public inauguration

    The Regional Public Safety Commission kindly invites the family, friends, distinguished colleagues and residents to the inaugural ceremonies for the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department. Join us as we witness the police officers take their oath of office, along with the Commission declaring proclamations to some very special people whom have assisted us in reaching this accomplishment.

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    Latest on PennDOT Route 926 bridge replacement work

    PennDOT to Replace Route 926 Bridge in Birmingham and Pocopson Townships, Chester County

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    Sign of the times: Silent protest coincides with Trump’s inauguration

    KENNETT SQUARE >> The signs have been popping up all over lawns in Chester County. It’s a simple message that states: “Hate Has No Home Here,” and it’s written in five languages, English, Arabic, Hebrew, Korean and Spanish.

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    LCH to open new dental center this month in Kennett Square

    Staff Report The winter is not all gloomy for La Comunidad Hispana (LCH), which will be hosting its grand opening for their new dental center this month. The site, located in the Penn Medical Campus at 404 McFarlan Road Suite 302-A, Kennett Square will be staffed by a dentist, dental hygienist, and two dental assistants. The LCH Dental Center expects to serve at least 500 patients this year.

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    Chatham Financial may donate historic building dating back to 1751 to Kennett Township

    KENNETT TOWNSHIP >> History buffs in Kennett Township are celebrating the new year with at least potentially happy news about a local historic home.

    By Matt Freeman For 1st-centurymedia.com |

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